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- John Boehner says GOP should support gay candidates: ‘I do’
- Grass-Whopper: Pan-fried cricket burgers go over big in New York City
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The top 10 singles and albums on iTunes
iTunes’ top 10 selling singles and albums of the week ending Dec. 6, 2010:
1. “Firework,” Katy Perry
2. “The Time (Dirty Bit),” Black Eyed Peas
3. “Grenade,” Bruno Mars
4. “Raise Your Glass,” P!nk
5. “What’s My Name?” Rihanna, Drake
6. “We R Who We R,” Ke$ha
7. “Dog Days Are Over (Glee Cast Version),” Glee Cast
8. “Christmas Lights,” Coldplay
10. “Hey, Soul Sister (Glee Cast Version),” Glee Cast
1. “My Beautiful Dark Twisted Fantasy,” Kanye West
2. “The Beginning,” Black Eyed Peas
3. “Glee: The Music _ The Christmas Album,” Glee Cast
4. “Glee: The Music, Vol. 4,” Glee Cast
5. “Burlesque,” Various Artists
6. “Pink Friday,” Nicki Minaj
7. “Loud,” Rihanna
8. “Lungs,” Florence + The Machine
9. “Speak Now,” Taylor Swift
10. “Doo-Wops & Hooligans,” Bruno Mars
iTunes is owned by Apple Inc.
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